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Vehicle Carrying Groom's Party Crashes in Assam's Golaghat District; 2 Killed, 5 Injured

While travelling from Sivasagar to Golaghat, a vehicle carrying the groom's party collided with a tree, two persons were died, while five others sustained injuries.

Vehicle Carrying Grooms Party Crashes in Assams Golaghat District; 2 Killed, 5 Injured

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 Nov 2021 7:38 AM GMT

Guwahati: In Assam's Golaghat district on Sunday night, two persons were killed, leaving five others injured after their vehicle crashed into a tree.

According to reports, the tragedy occurred when a vehicle carrying the groom's party slammed into a tree on their way to Golaghat from Sivasagar, Bipul Sharma and Mahendra Kalita have been recognised as the victims.

Their bodies were transported for post-mortem examinations. According to reports, the wedding was held in the Sivasagar district, and the groom's group was returning from the wedding to Golaghat when the accident occurred.

In another raging incident in Assam, two motorcycle riders, one of them was a woman, perished on the scene after a vehicle slammed their bike from behind at the Thermal Gate on Tinsukia-Makum Road.

Mamoni Choudhury (26) of Hojai has been identified as the victim.

She was travelling in the backseat with her uncle Biman Chakraborty (36) of Lumding, who died of his wounds on the route to Tinsukia Civil Hospital. He was the one behind the wheel of the two-wheeler. The couple travelled to Tinsukia to attend a pre-marriage ceremony at a relative's home in Sripuria, according to reports. They were heading to Tinsukia in the AS 23Q 4151 motorcycle after a visit to Sivdham on Sunday when they were rear-ended by a speeding vehicle (AS 23 9446). The vehicle has been confiscated by the police.

Last year, 2,813 individuals died in 6,737 incidents across the state, with many more injured. According to the EC recommendations, the police, district administrations, the Transportation Department, the Health Department, and others must collaborate to execute the road safety rules. The state, on the other hand, is far from putting them into action. According to a source in the Transport Department, the SC committee on road safety will visit the state on December 15, 2021, to inspect a few accident-prone areas and examine the situation with all stakeholders.

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